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She has always been known for her strength and iron will. Over twenty years ago, the former " Tagesschau " spokeswoman Dagmar Berghoff (79) lost her husband. Since then, the ex-presenter has been playing everyday life as a single woman and recently said in an interview with the "Spiegel" magazine: "As a single, I feel comfortable. I live beautiful, I am healthy except for a few zipper."

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In the meantime, the 79-year-old is plagued by some existence fears . In an interview with the "Bild" newspaper, Berghoff currently spoke openly about her future and explained what was a lot of worries and why she has to pay more attention to money now.

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Dagmar Berghoff talks about money worries: "When purchasing, I use cheap brands"

The TV legend revealed "Bild": "I am afraid of the electricity bill that will come soon. Pay also when shopping I exactly on the prices. " In addition to her own pension, Dagmar Berghoff also gets "a small pension" from husband Peter Matthaes († 67), but the 79-year-old says more taciturn about her financial situation: "I can get it right." In conversation with "Bild", the former "Miss Tagesschau" also revealed: "If I feel very much in the desire for salmon, I can allow myself. At the cash register 100 euros, although there is hardly anything in the shopping basket. "

dagmar Berghoff: She is afraid of high bills

, especially in her own four walls, Dagmar Berghoff is therefore paying attention to the costs: "For a week I have only switched on by my six radiators. In front of the high bills, I limit myself as much as I shop. " A sad situation, but the former moderator still tries to stay positive. Compared to "Bild" she made it clear: "I am sorry for all people who are having problems. It shouldn't be that old people are freezing or hungry in their apartments."

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